Everyones uses sites like milkround and prospects but there’s a whole wealth of job seeking information out there that you might be missing – we’ve put together a list of our favourites:
Career Geek. A graduate job market blog packed full of so much information it’s difficult to know where to start! A must read for any graduate or student job seeker.
Grad Touch. These guys have a bit more flare than your average graduate job board – they’ve got lots of good advice on their blog, some excellent entertainment on their online publication The Daily Touch, plus they’ll provide you with a free CV proof reading!
University of Kent. Most major universities have good career advice online and available to everybody but our favourite is the careers and employability section of The University of Kent’s website – it’s jam packed full of great advice on every aspect of your job hunt.
Inside Careers. This elegantly designed website is a great source of industry specific insight, it also has graduate job listings and a wealth of general careers advice.
Be my Interviewer. I’m sure you’ve heard of jobsite but have you been on their Be my Interviewer section? Use their interactive videos to perfect your interview technique with the help of an impressive list of industry professionals.
Career Player. An award winning resource helping graduates and students choose and explore careers. They have a huge video library with expert advice on everything from interview nerves to sector specific insight.
Graduate Fog. A graduate site with a difference, campaigning against unpaid internships and featuring other causes relevant to the graduate community this site is great for advice, information and debate.
Youth employment UK. A not for profit organisations supporting youth employment, they have a selection of interesting competitions and campaigns and their monthly e-magazine is packed full of useful advice.
The Undercover Recruiter. This huge blog is for recruiters and HR professional as well as job seekers, but it’s well worth a browse through for some great advice on every aspect of the job seeking process.
GoWales. Unfortunately only available to those with a welsh address but if that’s you this is an invaluable service. They provide work placements, funding for training and run the Graduate Academy and Freelance Academy.
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